Paul Turner appointed Head of Sporting Index

Paul Turner
Paul Turner

Paul Turner has today been named as Head of Sporting Index, promoted to the newly created role from his post as Marketing Director for the London-based spread betting firm.

Turner has been with the company for over three years and was originally appointed as Head of Marketing of Sporting Index Group, which also encompasses the B2B trading services arm Sporting Solutions, in 2013.

Turner will report directly to new Sporting Index Group CEO Simon Trim, who took over from outgoing CEO Warren Murphy in March this year.

Paul Turner commented on his new senior management role at Sporting Index:

I am very excited to be leading the Sporting Index brand into its next phase of growth, alongside Simon and the leadership team.

“Sporting Index is in a very strong position, and initiatives such as adding Live Casino and a full fixed-odds Casino to our offering in March this year is only the beginning. I look forward to building upon the phenomenal strength the brand has built up over the past two decades.”

Simon Trim, CEO of the Sporting Index Group, commented: Paul’s appointment as Head of Sporting Index is a real milestone for the company and signals our commitment to growing the brand within the industry.

“Paul brings a wealth of knowledge from his many years in various marketing roles, and I’ve witnessed first-hand his ability to drive the brand during his three years with us so far.

“I’m certain Sporting Index is primed for success with Paul at the helm and I look forward to working alongside him for many years to come.”

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